The beloved Baltimore actress, known for her stage roles and a series of one-woman shows, died last month at the age of 95.
The original ‘Wiz’ recalls its director as half-man, half-god—and as the ‘gigantic mythic crow’ who cawed a trouble show back to life.
Randy Weeks dies, leaving a legacy of presenting Broadway shows and other attractions to Denver audiences.
The versatile dancer/actor/director Geoffrey Holder died on Sunday at the age of 84.
Born before the Revolution of 1917, Yury Lyubimov witnessed—and helped to create—Russian theatre history for nearly a century.
Marian Seldes shared her wisdom with readers over the years; here a few of the best bits.
A Chicago improv and theatre pioneer with so much to give, and who gave it freely.
Playwright Rajiv Joseph remembers Robin Williams, who starred in his play ‘Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo’ on Broadway.
Amanda Green remembers her friend and longtime supporter Lauren Bacall.
Members of the theatre community who have passed in recent months.